Twitter Imagines Sean Spicer Spinning Tragic Movie Moments With #SpicerSpinsMoviePlots
Spicer’s take on Star Wars is perfect
Right from the get-go, White House press secretary, Sean Spicer, shot his credibility in the foot. On his first day as press secretary, he claimed that Donald Trump’s inauguration crowd was the largest one ever—when it was clearly smaller than both of President Obama’s. But that hasn’t stopped Spicer from spinning the facts on the daily basis, whether it’s the administration’s ties Russia or Trump’s claim he was wiretapped by President Obama.
One of Spicer’s daily tasks is spinning Trump’s failures into looking like unbelievable successes. So Twitter came up with a new game: take tragic events from the movies and spin them Spicer-style.
Here are some of the most hilarious responses to #spicerspinsmovieplots:
It's not the destruction of Alderan that's important, we need to focus on who leaked the Death Star plans… https://t.co/SYt4NEwViU— Marshall 🇺🇸🏴 (@Marshall 🇺🇸🏴) 1491433407
#SpicerSpinsMoviePlots If George Bailey had never existed, successful businessmen like Mr. Potter wouldn't be burdened by these regulations— Caldwell Murchfield (@Caldwell Murchfield) 1491436046
#spicerspinsmovieplots Tom Hanks was not alone on that island. This was the largest crowd to ever witness a man bei… https://t.co/hWsZGsLOun— 🏳️🌈🌟Ӈíϲƙʍɑղ ƁҽƖƖ✨Gen Z-ima🏳️🌈 (@🏳️🌈🌟Ӈíϲƙʍɑղ ƁҽƖƖ✨Gen Z-ima🏳️🌈) 1491435042
The 1988 Nakatomi Plaza Terrorist Attack would never have happened if it weren't for Obama's failed policies.… https://t.co/RVgx7GK11N— CK (@CK) 1491433322
Darth Vader just wanted to bring order to the universe, the media kept perpetuating this "dark side" narrative! #SpicerSpinsMoviePlots— 𝕊𝕒𝕞 👽 (@𝕊𝕒𝕞 👽) 1491445199
March of the Penguins: They were NOT marching of their own volition -- they were PAID to march by George Soros #SpicerSpinsMoviePlots— Lance Gould (@Lance Gould) 1491443229